grace of God


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(Christian theology) the free and unmerited favor or beneficence of God

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At the end of the meeting, the attendees thanked the Interior Minister for the fruitful meeting and stressed that the nation will be protected by the grace of God under wise leadership.
Both, however, directed people to Jesus, providing assurances to those who aspired to live a devout life, and emphasized the love and grace of God.
Caen - Grace of God - Demolition of the building Foucher (40 units) and Robillard building (46 units).
Barney McElholm would surely have approved, for that is what is implied by the old phrase, "There but for the grace of God go I".
My prayer is that readers will be entertained as well as challenged to see the grace of God in a new way.
Nevertheless, even in those parties, individuals who do their own thinking will, with the grace of God, one day recognize the truth about abortion.
However, the values I have learned and the Grace of God has played a huge role.
Elizabeth the Second, By the Grace of God, of Great Britain, Ireland and the British Dominions beyond the Seas, Queen, Defender of the Faith.
Please remember when making statements, there but for the grace of God go I, and what goes around comes around.
In THE NEW AMERICAN December 25, 2006 article "By the Grace of God," by Dennis Behreandt, the descriptive opening line begins with "at the time of the Civil War.
The parable of the fig tree points to the radical grace of God brought in Jesus Christ, who forestalls the judgment of all at his own expense.
When Orthodox Christians contemplate the transforming grace of God, we bring to mind the illuminating scene on Mount Tabor, as recorded in the Synoptic Gospels.
Your Daily Life Is Your Temple by Anne Rowthorn is an thoughtful and thought-provoking collection of insights into the grace of God and the necessity for acceptance of divinity through the entirety of our personal and professional lives.
Providing an expansive introduction to the living grace of God for those who grieve the loss of a loved one, Roses In December presents readers with a comprehensive and easy-to-follow mapping of God and the special attributions of such an accepting deity.
For the grace of God and that second alarm, I wouldn't be here today.